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William Donald Bowersox ’43

Published in Sept. 16, 1992, issue

DON DIED June 9, 1992, at his home in Talleyville, Del., at the age of 72.

Employed by Dupont, Don worked there for more than 35 years, retiring as district sales manager for No. Seven car products.

A Navy veteran of WWII, he earned a degree in chemical engineering at Princeton.

Following retirement, Don was able to devote more time to his major hobbies: cooking, baking, and singing. lie sang in the choir of St. Stephen's Lutheran Church for 29 years and acted with the Children's Theatre since its founding. Don was a member of the Retired Men's Lunch Club, bringing his Culinary skills to that organization.

He is survived by his widow, Marilee; two sons, Robert T. and Paul F.; a daughter, Marilyn J. Morris; a sister, Jeanne B. Wilson; and three grandchildren.

To all the family, we offer heartfelt condolences.

The Class of 1943

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